Operating System – BSD

Preface

Unix derivative operating system. Initially developed and distributed by the Computer Systems Research Group (CSRG) of the University of California, Berkeley, from 1977 to 1995. Today the term “BSD” is often used non-specifically to refer to any of the BSD descendants which together form a branch of the family of Unix-like operating systems. Operating systems derived from the original BSD code remain actively developed and widely used.

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Table of Content

We will cover some major BSD derivative OS. Some side project such as specialized BSD router under different name would be fall to other category.

  1. FreeBSD
  2. OpenBSD
  3. PCBSD

Article

  1. Introduction to Operating System Permission
  2. BSD Family Tree
  3. BSD and Virtualization Technology

FreeBSD

Starter

  1. Installing FreeBSD 8.x – 9.x – 10.x
  2. FreeBSD Basic
  3. Guide to Shells on FreeBSD
  4. Guide for FreeBSD Ports Collection
  5. Configuring Network on FreeBSD
  6. Using Mirror Repository for FreeBSD
  7. Make FreeBSD Up to Date with CVSup

Installation

  • Install FreeBSD on GPT Partition
  • Install and Configure FluxBox as Window Manager for FreeBSD
  • X.org Setup for FreeBSD

Administration & Configuration

  1. Task Scheduling using Cron on FreeBSD
  2. Guide to FreeBSD Kernel Compilation
  3. Updating FreeBSD with Make World

Other

  1. Surf the Web using “Terminal”
  2. Create Custom Keyboard for Layout for X11 using KKB
  3. Creating a SSL Certificate of Authority for FreeBSD
  4. Setting Beastie as FreeBSD Boot Menu
  5. SSH Tunnel over FreeBSD Server

OpenBSD

Starter

Installation

Administration & Configuration

Other

PCBSD

Starter

Installation

Administration & Configuration

Other

Affilication